9/11 Cancers

Study Shows Cancer Rate Soars in Ground Zero Cops After 9/11

By Turley, Hansen & Rosasco

Staff from the NYPD, along with Columbia University, New York Presbyterian Medical Center and Weill-Cornell Medical College conducted the study, finding police officers who worked at Ground Zero had a staggering 50 percent more diagnoses of cancer than police officers in the department prior to 9/11.

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Posted under: 9/11 Cancers, The Victims' Compensation Fund, Zadroga 9/11 Eligibility

9/11 Cancers Among First Responders

By Turley, Hansen & Rosasco

n mid-September, former deputy chief of public safety for the City University of New York died of brain cancer related to 9/11. John P. McKee spent three days straight following 9/11 at the site of the Twin Towers collapse, dealing with City University issues.

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Posted under: 2017 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund Status Report, First Responders, Illnesses Covered, Survivors, The Victims' Compensation Fund, Zadroga 9/11 Eligibility